The only thing better than fantasizing about what you'd order from Taco Bell is actually going to the fast food joint and smashing on your favorite taco or burrito. The Mexican fast food restaurant has grown from a one-man show to a multimillion-dollar corporation.
Back in 1952, Taco Bell wasn't quite Taco Bell yet. It was a hot dog stand that went by the name of "Bell's Drive-In." Bell's Drive-In was in San Bernadino, California, the same town where McDonald's got its start. So how did a locally known hot dog stand transform into the fast food powerhouse that we all know and love today? Well, the menu back then included a single taco. While it was meant to offer variety, no one could have dreamed it would single-handedly make Bell's one of the biggest names in the fast food industry. After customers experienced the taste of the famous Taco Bell meat, and it became clear that hot dogs were not going to be the driving force for Bell's future, thus the birth of Taco Bell.
So, what do you order when you pull up to Taco Bell? Maybe it's the same thing each time you visit, or maybe you're always gung-ho on trying the latest Locos taco and Mountain Dew. Whatever your deal is, it's time to build a Taco Bell order, and we'll guess your hair color!